Nucleic Acid Detection

Nucleic Acid Detection

Abstract For infectious diseases, rapid and accurate identification of the pathogen is critical for effective management and treatment, but diagnosis remains a challenge, particularly in resource-limited areas. Methods that accurately…

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COVID-19 N-Antigen

COVID-19 N-Antigen

Diagnostics Tests Our lives have been shuffled over and over again since humanity received the bad hand of COVID-19. As vaccine research continues, health experts have done their best to…

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HLAaccu Test

HLAaccu Test

Genotyping of HLA-A or HLA-B HLA-A and HLA-B (major histocompatibility complex, class I, A, and B) are closely related proteins in the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) complex. They play important…

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Group A Streptococcus Detection Kit (Fluorescence PCR)

Group A Streptococcus Detection Kit (Fluorescence PCR)

Bottom Group A strep, also called group A strep, is a bacteria that can cause many different infections. These can cause sepsis. Sometimes incorrectly called blood poisoning, sepsis is the…

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ImmuneCheck IgG-F

ImmuneCheck IgG-F

Bottom Conventional IgG assays require expensive equipment and trained experts. Semi-quantitative measurement of total IgG using point-of-care testing devices may be the solution to these limitations. This study evaluated the…

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Study on Reproductive Biology of Rhododendron longipedicellatum: A Newly Discovered and Special Threatened Plant Surviving in Limestone Habitat in Southeast Yunnan, China.

Study on Reproductive Biology of Rhododendron longipedicellatum: A Newly Discovered and Special Threatened Plant Surviving in Limestone Habitat in Southeast Yunnan, China.

Rhododendron longipedicellatum is a slim endemic species and a topic of pressing demand within the home market and abroad. Its fascinating shapes, brilliantly gilvous flowers, and strange flowering time endow…

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Bioecological and Behavioral Interaction between Pollinating Bees and the Pioneer Shrub Ludwigia nervosa in Degraded Area Suggests an Exotic Bee as Its Major Pollinator

Bioecological and Behavioral Interaction between Pollinating Bees and the Pioneer Shrub Ludwigia nervosa in Degraded Area Suggests an Exotic Bee as Its Major Pollinator

The flowers of crops of the genus Ludwigia are an vital supply of meals for a number of species of bees. Within the present research, we carried out an experiment with the…

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Relative effects of anthropogenic pressures, climate, and sampling design on the structure of pollination networks at the global scale

Relative effects of anthropogenic pressures, climate, and sampling design on the structure of pollination networks at the global scale

Pollinators present essential ecosystem providers that underpin to wild plant copy and yields of insect-pollinated crops. Understanding the relative impacts of anthropogenic pressures and local weather on the construction of…

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Slippery flowers as a mechanism of defence against nectar-thieving ants

Slippery flowers as a mechanism of defence against nectar-thieving ants

The nice range of floral traits amongst animal-pollinated crops is often understood to be the results of coevolutionary interactions between crops and pollinators. Floral antagonists, corresponding to nectar thieves, even…

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A new hybrid model based on relevance vector machine with flower pollination algorithm for phycocyanin pigment concentration estimation

A new hybrid model based on relevance vector machine with flower pollination algorithm for phycocyanin pigment concentration estimation

Exact monitoring of cyanobacteria focus in water sources is a frightening activity. The event of dependable instruments to watch this contamination is a crucial analysis subject in water sources administration….

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